Annual enrollment is your opportunity to review and make changes to your current benefits to ensure you will have the coverage you want — and that best meets your needs — for 2022. Starting October 25 through November 12, log on to Benefits Connect to review your benefits options and costs for coverage effective January 1, 2022. Act now. Benefit later.
The Board of Pensions recognizes the urgent need for help in the aftermath of a natural disaster or crisis — from obtaining medical care and accessing medications to receiving financial assistance. The following resources are available to members and employers.
We have updated information about the Blue Cross Blue Shield Settlement Notice. Members of the Benefits Plan may have received this notice from Blue Cross Blue Shield regarding a lawsuit. This is a legitimate lawsuit with a settlement that received preliminary court approval in October 2020.
During the pandemic, many people delayed or avoided preventive care — an important part of a healthy lifestyle. For those who missed a preventive checkup or test, it's time to get back on track. All medical options (PPO, EPO, and HDHP) provide 100 percent coverage for the exams, screenings, and immunizations on the 2021 Preventive Schedule. Learn more and view the schedule.
Through the Assistance Program, the Board of Pensions provides need-based grants to help active and retired members of the Benefits Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and their families. Some assistance programs are designed specifically for ministers. See if you qualify.